Stevie Dunbar

Articles by Stevie Dunbar

Crate Diggers Amsterdam: Meet Frank of Spacejunkie

In partnership with Amsterdam Dance Event and Into the Woods, Discogs is proud to present Crate Diggers Amsterdam as part of ADE Hangover on October 21st at NDSM Wharf, Amsterdam. Spacejunkie will be one of the fantastic vendors at our booth, so we reached out to owner Frank to learn more about him and his store! Interested in selling? Register […]

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Portland Crate Diggers 2018 Recap

August 25th marked the fifth (!!!) installment of Crate Diggers Portland, presented by Discogs, at the White Owl Social Club. It was a successful day for lovers of great music on wax with 24 vendors selling their finest records and a collection of amazing daytime DJs!   We were stoked to have so many passionate […]

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Staff Picks: The Best Albums Of 2008

Cut Copy - In Ghost Colours

I know what you’re thinking: Was 2008 really that long ago? Well, let’s consider what was happening that summer. The way many of us were interacting with music was slowly evolving as the now ubiquitous iPhone just celebrated its first birthday with the launch of its App store, while Spotify was gearing up for its […]

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Tracing The History Of Discogs

A few weeks ago, Discogs celebrated a major milestone that was eighteen years in the making: ten million releases in the database. While our mission to build and maintain the world’s largest music Database and Marketplace is an eternal endeavor, it’s important to take some time to reflect on the past. From its humble beginnings as a […]

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Staff Picks: Farthest You’ve Traveled To Dig

Slowboat Records

The Discogs staff have traveled far and wide, from well-known vinyl hubs in the heart of downtown Tokyo and Detroit to local hotspots in Alaska and New Zealand. What all of these locales have in common is a shared sense of community. They act as gathering places where music fanatics from around the world can […]

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10 Unique Records in the Discogs Database

From the garish to the alluring, records come in all shapes, sizes and (sometimes) smells with artists and labels alike constantly trying to one-up each other. While some of the more cynical types may view these unique records as nothing more than cheap marketing ploys, we like to think of them more as extensions of […]

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How To Find Discogs’ Hidden Gems: Style & Genre Pages

So, you’re a total fan of this album. You are playing it over and over again and you can’t believe how cool it sounds. Now, you consider yourself a music buff – you’re on Discogs, right!? – but you can’t quite place the style. Well, you’re in luck because Discogs has already marked the Style. […]

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